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Conan O'Brien to Appear On Letterman's Show For First Time In 13 Years

Conan O'Brien is set to appear on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' for the first time in 13 years next week.

O'Brien took over Letterman's 'Late Night' on NBC in 1993 when the host left to do 'The Late Show' at CBS.

You can be sure the appearance will include jabs at Jay Leno with their shared history against the 'Tonight Show' host.

Letterman left NBC for CBS after the peacock hired Leno over him in 1992 to take over the 'Tonight Show'.

While Conan, who briefly landed the coveted late night show, lost the gig when NBC decided to reinstate Leno as host. He subsequently left NBC for TBS.

Letterman and Conan have since repeatedly made Leno the butt of their jokes.

In addition to O'Brien, the May 17 episode will also feature guests John Mayer and Regina Spektor. This will be the first time he's appeared on the Late Show since 1999.

May 11, 2012 |

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